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The low-cost airline model which has revolutionised travel in Europe, the US and lately Asia may be about to go global. The biggest no-frills carrier in the East - Air Asia - has announced the launch of a sister company to ferry travellers between its hubs in South East Asia and Europe, primarily the UK.
"We're going to really bring down costs on the long-haul product [in a way] that was never deemed feasible," Air Asia's chief executive Tony Fernandes told the BBC. "I think that will allow us to offer fares to London from $80 to $450 (£41 to £231) return," he said.

Asian budget airline in long-haul move

So that means in the near future people travelling from and to Europe will have more to choose from. if they fly to London I might as well give it a try since they have plenty of connections with Indonesia from Kuala Lumpur.

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